Kingscliff Hotel & Accommodation

Known for its relaxed holiday atmosphere, uncrowded beaches and sunny climate, Kingscliff is a premier lifestyle and leisure destination emerging as a popular beach break for travellers from NSW and Queensland.

This stunning coastal beach community is just north of Byron Bay, only 15 mins from the Gold Coast and south of Tweed Heads, making it an incredibly accessible spot for holiday-goers only 15 km from Coolangatta International airport.

With a number of luxury beach resorts and coastal retreats to choose from, Kingscliff is not short on accommodation options tailored to different travel groups. With a range of quality rooms, each fitted with quality facilities and comfortable amenities, to suit every budget, there's a reason why Kingscliff is renowned as a holiday resort town.

In Kingscliff you'll enjoy 2 kilometres of golden beaches which stretch along the coast. On sunny days theses beaches become a water sports haven for paddle boarding, surfing, and kayaking tours through the region's coastal reefs.

Close to Tweed Valley, the coastal town is nearby one of the most scenic Northern Rivers district spots, consisting of the remnants of huge extinct volcano now carpeted with farms and rainforest. Now known as Mount Warning, this area is a fascinating volcanic plug which marks where the summit used to be.

Here you can also explore the Tweed River. Take a calm cruise along Tweed Heads, enjoy a fishing trip, or rent a houseboat and explore the river at your own pace.

In the town centre is the Marine Parade, a shopping strip which runs directly across from Kingscliff beach and creek. Here tourists will find a selection of trendy cafes and restaurants serving fine regional cuisine, boutique stores and accommodation.

For a taste of nightlife, South Tweed Sports Club or the Kingscliff Beach Hotel, known to locals as 'The Klingy,' are two celebrated licensed clubs in the area and the perfect place to unwind in the evening.

The Minjungbai Aboriginal Culture Centre in South Tweed Heads is also worth a visit, consisting of a museum, art gallery and souvenir shop all aiming to preserve and protect the natural beauty of the area.

To spend your next holiday at one of Australia's premier holiday destinations, book yourself some Kingscliff accommodation.